Code Name: Gypsy Moth: (Imajin Qwickies) by Melodie Campbell

Code Name: Gypsy Moth: (Imajin Qwickies)

byMelodie Campbell

Kobo ebook | April 1, 2015

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An Imajin Qwickies™ Sci-fi/Romantic Suspense Novella with a dose of Campbell Humor

It isn't easy running your own bar in the final frontier...especially when you’re hiding a secret.

Nell Romana loves two things: running The Blue Angel Bar, and Dalamar, a notorious modern-day knight for hire. Too bad he doesn't know she is actually a spy working undercover for the Federation. 

The bar is a magnet for all sorts of thirsty frontier types, and some of them don’t have civilized manners. That’s no problem for Dalamar, who is built like a warlord and keeps everyone in line. But when he is called away on a routine job, Nell uncovers a rebel plot to overthrow the Federation. Her cover blown, she has to act fast and alone—and more than their love is put to the test.


Title:Code Name: Gypsy Moth: (Imajin Qwickies)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 1, 2015Publisher:Imajin BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1772230790

ISBN - 13:9781772230796

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A fast-paced space opera sprinkled with wry humour This is meant to be a quick read, and it lives up to the billing. You dive into the story from the first sentence, and gallop along right through to the end. The heroine, Nell Romana, is given a choice - go to prison ... or ... run a bar on a little space station way out in the galaxy and be a spy for the good guys. Yeah, right, what would you choose? But once you've suspended your disbelief, you're off! The story is a classic three-act plot - more of a who-is-likely-to do-it than whodunit. The characters are likeable and engaging, and I was comfortable with them right from the start. My favourite character is Alpha - the big, blue ex-bad guy who can knock you down with a single blow but has to go and research the birds and the bees. The description of the bar and its characters is reminiscent of the Cantina Bar in the first (and best) Star Wars movie. The repartee between the characters is snappy and witty, but I wonder if some of the quips are a little dated for the timeframe of the story. Would anyone really say "Get out of Dodge" in the thirty-first century? I would happily have downloaded the next book and kept reading, but the ending implies that a sequel is not in the cards. But it was fun while it lasted.
Date published: 2015-05-27